CMU professor recognized for making things miss


That's one reason the aviation industry is working on upgrading its collision avoidance systems, and it's also a reason why the work of Carnegie Mellon University's Andre Platzer is gaining more recognition. Dr. Platzer, a 30-year-old computer science professor, is named in today's edition of Popular Science as one of its "Brilliant 10," which the magazine calls "some of the nation's most promising young researchers."

Read the article online, in English from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.